THIS Is What You Need To Know If You’re Heading To Adele
If you’re planning on going to Adele’s Sydney concert, there are a few things you need to know.
Transport for NSW urged fans of Adele to catch public transport and allow PLENTY of time to travel to her shows this week.
This goes against reports that track work scheduled for this week will delay the journey to Sydney Olympic Park, as it has been reported that shuttle transfers are being provided in any areas affected.
Coordinator General Marg Prendergast said concert goers should start planning their trip now, and aim to arrive early as the shows start at 7:30pm - with no support act.
"Fans going to the Friday night show will need to compete with peak hour traffic, so the best thing to do is avoid driving and catch public transport. - your concert ticket includes free travel on public transport.
"We're running plenty of extra services to get you to the show with frequent trains from Central, Redfern, Strathfield and Lidcombe to Olympic Park, and we're expecting high demand for Sydney Olympic Park Major Event buses."
"Fans going to Saturday night's show need to be aware buses will be replacing T1 Northern Line trains between Hornsby and Strathfield via Epping, T1 North Shore Line trains between Berowra and Gordon, as well as all trains on the Central Coast & Newcastle Line and Hunter Line."
It has been reported that all pre-paid parking has been sold out.
GOOD LUCK to all!!